US Department of Justice This guide provides an overview of Federal civil rights laws that ensure equal opportunity for people with disabilities. View Document read more →

Easter Seals Project ACTION, 2009 Designed for fixed-route bus operators, this new training course will assist bus operators in their understanding of law and the basics of good customer service to passengers with disabilities. This combo DVD/CD set is a training course for transit operators focusing on serving customers with disabilities. Designed for use as.. read more →

Association of Programs for Rural Independent Living; 2008 This publication provides information about transportation voucher programs at ten sites located throughout the United States. While the voucher programs discussed are oriented to people with disabilities, much of the information included is applicable for transportation voucher programs in general.  View PDF read more →

Summary (Full text on CD-ROM) August 2006 This publication provides an abbreviated summary of a final report of the same title, prepared for a contract project funded by Easter Seals Project ACTION. The full report contains exemplary programs, useful contacts and documentation of the research methodologies used during the project. read more →

Easter Seals Project ACTION; 2003 What contributes to a full life of living: learning, working and playing in our nation’s communities’? Ten Americans with disabilities—representing millions more—give large credit to the availability of accessible public transportation in their communities. Their words and photographs are a testament the power of the Americans with Disabilities Act and.. read more →

Easter Seals Project ACTION; 2002 This report is designed for transit and paratransit providers and people with disabilities and agencies that serve them. It is a resource that can assist in having more efficient and productive paratransit operations.  View PDF read more →

Lancer Insurance 2001 This video provides valuable information regarding the rights, duties and responsibilities in meeting needs of Americans with disabilities. read more →